Tag Archives: The Left
Can the left really fall in love
Gilad Atzmon says the idea of left and right is irrelevant in Israel – as shown in the elections – because Israelis are concerned solely with the interests of the chosen people.
A tiny but vociferous group of ultra-reactionaries and racists masquerading as "leftists" and "anti-imperialists" continues to poison and disinform on behalf of Bashar Assad’s doomed regime.
Henry Lowi calls on progressives to declare their solidarity with the oppressed people of Syria and to make every effort "to reach out to the pro-democracy grassroots organizations" there.
Nureddin Sabir argues that the reactions of many “leftists” and “anti-imperialists” to the Libyan and Syrian uprisings are motivated by cynicism, petty personal agendas and ignorance, not principles or progressive ideology.
Uri Avnery argues that opponents of military intervention in Libya are motivated more by hatred of the USA and NATO than by any concern for the people of Libya.
Sami Jamil Jadallah reminds “leftists” and “anti-imperialists” of Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi's crimes against his own people, including mass murder, his theft of Libya's wealth, and his longstanding friendship with Israel.